Streaming Analytics (overview)

The Streams analytics feature in the SymphonicMS provides daily streams data across your entire catalog, all in one place! The feature currently includes data from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, and Pandora.


Navigate to this feature by clicking on Analytics ► Streams from the menu

  • The landing page provides a catalog level view of performance across your entire catalog, broken down by several dimensions, such as Partner, Artist, and Territory.
  • Each section shows the first 5 entries for that breakdown (e.g., Territory section shows the top 5 countries where the artist’s music was streamed). Click the “View All” button to see more data, if available.
  • You can change the date range you’re looking at, or filter for individual partners, by using the Date Range selector and Partner filters at the top of the page.
  • Streams are counted for any track where an artist is listed as a Primary Artist, Featuring Artist, or Remixer - it’s important to note that this means a single stream could count towards more than one of your artists if there are multiple artists listed on that track.

You can also view breakdowns of an individual artist’s streams by clicking on them from the landing page. On the artist’s page, you’ll see breakdowns of their streams by several key dimensions, including partners, track, playlist placements, and many more!


Please Note: If you switched to Symphonic from another distributor, our system won’t show analytics for the streams you received while at a different distributor. This is because our partners don’t make streams data available to us until we begin distributing your music. However, all of your previous streams and playlist placements will remain, as long as you used the original ISRC and UPC information when submitting your music to us. You can still access your previous streams data on the DSP specific analytics platforms directly.

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